The 31 million pound mosque spans 3000 metres squared and is equipped with a solar power station.
Egypt's Minister of Religious Endowments Mohamed Mokhtar and Grand Mufti Shawky Allam inaugurated on Friday the new Al Sahaba mosque in Sharm El Sheikh's old market area, Youm7 reports.
The 3000-square-meter building was designed by Egyptian architect Fouad Tawfik Hafez and has two 76-meter-long minarets. The mosque, which is now the second biggest in Sharm El Sheikh, comes fully-self-sufficient with its own solar power station and with a total cost of roughly 31 million EGP.
Here are some stunning pictures of the mosque.
(Ehab Tawfik Photography)